22nd National Forum on Residential Mortgage Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement

January 11, 2017 {ml-event-to} January 12, 2017

Of Counsel Joshua Prever will speak at the 22nd National Forum on Residential Mortgage Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement.

Mortgage Servicing Update In Light Of the CFPB’s Updated and Finalized Rule: New Rule Provisions, Implementation Deadlines, Plus Issues Arising from Mortgage Servicing Transfers, Litigation and Enforcement Concerns, Servicer Liability Under the FDCPA and the FCRA, Implementing Best Practices, and Defending Against New and Innovative Borrower Claims

What is it about?

  • August 2016 Final Mortgage Servicing Rule: Rule Provisions; Implementation deadlines; Compliance hurdles and how best to overcome them
  • Impact of Basel III on loan servicing
  • Mortgage Servicing Transfer Issues: CFPB preventative bulletin; Admissibility of prior servicer records as evidence
  • Defending against claims relating to loan servicing: Debt collection practices claims; Credit reporting claims and the FCRA; Escrow issues; RESPA issues; Fair lending issues
  • Class action issues arising from loan servicing
  • What can originators learn from recent litigation involving servicers?
  • Servicer liability under the FDCPA
  • Assessing when a mortgage servicer may be considered a debt collector
  • Servicer liability for lack of disclosure: Viability of good faith defense; Sufficient evidence to show adequate disclosure; Conducting due diligence